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How Can I Forward All Traffic From My Local Wifi To My Proxy


Gladde Glipper
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Hi all,

I am try to do the following:

AppleTV => Wifi-router ==ssh-tunnel==> my server ==> Internetz

I generally want AppleTV 3 to use the proxy I have setup. But there is no way to configure this.

Therefore I would like to configure my Wifi-router to do this. But I haven't found a good solution.

The only info I found is to use a transparent proxy (eg. Squid). But I didn't find how I should configure this in my setup.

Can anyone explain how or point me in the correct direction?

Thanks,

Gladde

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Hi all,

I am try to do the following:

AppleTV => Wifi-router ==ssh-tunnel==> my server ==> Internetz

I generally want AppleTV 3 to use the proxy I have setup. But there is no way to configure this.

Therefore I would like to configure my Wifi-router to do this. But I haven't found a good solution.

The only info I found is to use a transparent proxy (eg. Squid). But I didn't find how I should configure this in my setup.

Can anyone explain how or point me in the correct direction?

Thanks,

Gladde

Make the wifi router's gateway your proxy server's address.

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If you are comfortable with Linux, you could use IP tables to forward your Apple TV traffic to your SSH tunnel.

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